Fairly quiet weather continues...

>> Tuesday, September 08, 2009

In today's edition of the video, I talk about the flooding rains along the Carolina coast, take us out day by day into next week, plus discuss Tropical Storm Fred.

Today's weather will feature a partly sunny sky with highs in the low to mid 80s. Rain continues to move up the Carolina coast in association with an area of low pressure, but that rain will largely stay to our east.

Tomorrow will be very similar to today with a partly sunny sky and highs in the lower side of the 80s. Both today and tomorrow, I can't completely rule out a shower, but the overall rain chance in any one spot is very small.

Highs Thursday and Friday look to be in the upper 70s to lower 80s, then we will see high temps warm into the mid 80s over the weekend.

Better chances for some showers and storms will try to roll in here by Monday and Tuesday.


The low pressure near the North Carolina coast has some tropical characteristics, but it is not a classified tropical system.

Way out in the eastern Atlantic, we have Tropical Storm Fred. Fred looks like a 'fish' storm...likely re-curving way out in the eastern Atlantic.


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